Shottle Hall is gorgeous no matter what time of year. It especially looked fab with the decor Hazel and Mike chose. Which was a woodland creature theme with some Super Mario thrown in for good measure. If you know me well, you'll know that I can't resist gaming and geeky themes. So I fell in love with the cupcakes. Oh and Hazel's shoes were the bomb. Pun intended. We took advantage of the early sunset to grab some romantic shots and later pulled everyone outside for a sparkler exit. Take a peek for yourself here...
We captured both the bride and groom getting ready for this Shottle Hall Wedding. Most of the time, it's just me but Chyna and Michael had a special request for a second shooter for the getting ready part of the day so they could look back at photos of the groom getting ready too. While I was in Heage with the bride, Gemma went to Chesterfield to photograph the guys.
Then off to Shottle Hall we went. It was a beautifully sunny day with a harp playing in the background as the guest waited for the bride to walk down the aisle. In between the wedding breakfast and the reception, we took a walk around the gardens of Shottle Hall for some romantic photos of just the bride and groom before meeting up with the best man for some fun photos too.
The day was absolutely stunning so I've made a wedding slideshow of my favourite images you can view below.
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